Let's the show begin !
Twice's setlist for their London concert on September 8th, 2023, included a mix of their own songs and covers of popular Western songs. Twice took the stage at London's iconic O2 Arena for a highly anticipated concert. The group, known for their upbeat and catchy K-pop tunes, put together a setlist that delighted fans with a mix of their own hits and covers of popular Western songs.
The concert kicked off with an energetic "Intro VCR" setting the tone for the evening's high-energy performance. Twice then launched into their first song, the English version of "Set Me Free" which had the crowd singing along and dancing in their seats. They followed it up with "I Can't Stop Me" another fan favorite that showcased the group's signature bright and bubbly sound.
Next up was "Go Hard" a pulsing dance track that got everyone on their feet. The group continued to build momentum with performances of "More & More" and "Moonlight Sunrise," two more of their hit songs. After a brief interlude, they returned to the stage with "Brave" a powerful anthem that showcased their vocal talents.
Following "Brave" the members of Twice took a moment to chat with the audience and introduce the next segment of the show. During the ment, Nayeon, Jeongyeon, Jihyo, and Chaeyoung took center stage, engaging with the audience and sharing their thoughts and gratitude. The ment also served as a precursor to a series of remarkable covers that highlighted each member's unique talents: a cover of Colbie Caillat's "Try," which would be performed by Dahyun on the piano. The crowd eagerly awaited the start of the song, and Dahyun did not disappoint with her beautiful rendition.
Tzuyu then took center stage to perform a soulful cover of Charlie Puth's "Done for Me." Her powerful vocals impressed the audience, who were clearly enjoying the variety of musical styles on display. Next up was Sana, who delivered an electrifying performance of Dua Lipa's "New Rules." Momo followed suit with a stunning cover of Beyoncé's "MOVE" showcasing her impressive dance skills.
Last but certainly not least, Mina closed out the cover segment with a fierce performance of Ariana Grande's "7 rings." The audience was wowed by her powerful vocals and confident stage presence.